A screenshot from cellphone footage of a motorist who shouted racist insults at police after being involved in a smash-and-grab incident.
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JOHANNESBURG -- A number of South Africans have reacted with outrage to an incident in which a woman was caught on camera hurling insults and making threats at black people.
The woman who had just been involved in a smash-and-grab incident, refused help from black police officers when they arrived on the scene.
Using the k-word several times, the woman threatened to run over black people and shoot them.
"If I see a black person I will drive them over. If I... if I have a gun, I will shoot everyone."
A lot of social media users have voiced their outrage.
Sarafina plus this racist rant video that enca has just unleashed is making me feel some typa way— Red Flower (@NoksZimu) June 16, 2016
The racist rant that was shown on eNCA really makes me sad. Crime has colour in SA, and so is incompetence. I am really sad.— Andile Makholwa (@AMakholwa) June 16, 2016
That racist rant footage @eNCA shared is disgusting. I&39;m so angry right now.— IG:MishYaBish (@MandyLandy) June 16, 2016
That racist rant on @eNCA didn&39;t shock me one bit. Think of the number of racist incidents that happen everyday but aren&39;t captured on film.— Sukoluhle Nyathi (@SueNyathi) June 16, 2016
There are also those who have empathised with her.